Now Mahesh Babu will remain away from the public eye, his face will change for SS Rajamouli's film!

Ronit Kawale
Ronit Kawale  - Senior Editor
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Telugu film superstar Mahesh Babu is now going to take a step forward for his new film with SS Rajamouli, which will leave the fans surprised. Mahesh Babu will remain anonymous till the release of this film. That means he will not be seen in public, so that he can hide his look in the film. After the blockbuster film RRR, SS Rajamouli has started preparations for this film with Mahesh Babu. It is being told that it will be a jungle adventure and the shooting will start in October 2024. According to the report of 'Pinkvilla', a source said that SS Rajamouli works hard on the presence of stars in his films. It makes them look 'larger than life' and yet completely different. He is going to do something similar with Mahesh Babu also. It is being told that Mahesh Babu's character in this film will have some shades of Lord Hanuman. This character will be inspired by Hanuman.

Mahesh Babu's face will change, the character is inspired by Hanuman!

This film of Mahesh Babu and SS Rajamouli is currently titled as 'Maharaja', but work on the final title is still going on. Mahesh Babu will be seen in a completely different form in this film. According to the character in the film, his face and appearance will be completely changed. According to the source, Mahesh Babu is working hard for this character and is also working on the look with the director.

Challenge before SS Rajamouli

Mahesh Babu will now reduce his public appearances to hide his looks. This means that now he will be seen less by the people. Now the challenge before SS Rajamouli is to make Mahesh Babu popular in the country and the world like 'Bahubali' Prabhas and RRR stars-Jr NTR and Ram Charan. Mahesh Babu has high expectations from this new film because his previous release 'Guntur Karam' was a flop at the box office.

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